For the philosopher, the Truth must be a surprisingly intractable concept. Truth has been called subjective, relative and plural. Also intriguingly: Truth is relative and plural. Now I realize this is leading up to be a broad question, so let me emphasize I'm looking for answers on the narrowest interpretation of the question:
What is the contemporary understanding of: the Truth is plural, and is there other notable views?
Relativism: Who makes it true. - (a matter of perspective)
Pluralism: What makes it true. - (a matter of relevant properties)
But aren't these two functionally the same? (especially when used in conjunction). That is who decides it is true also implicitly decides what makes it true.